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Agenda 06.04.13

KIRKLAND CITY COUNCIL MEETING
City Council Chamber
Tuesday, June 4, 2013
6:00 p.m. - Study Session
7:30 p.m. – Regular Meeting

 

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1. CALL TO ORDER

2. ROLL CALL

3. STUDY SESSION

a. Intelligent Transportation System

4.  EXECUTIVE SESSION

5.  HONORS AND PROCLAMATIONS

a. Hunger Awareness Week Proclamation

 6. COMMUNICATIONS

a. Announcements

b. Items from the Audience

c. Petitions

7. SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS

a. 2013 Eileen Trentman Memorial Scholarship Recipients

b. Honoring Kirkland Youth Council of 2013

c. Kirkland 2035 Update #3

8. CONSENT CALENDAR

a. Approval of Minutes:    May 21, 2013 Special Meeting

b. Audit of Accounts: 
    Payroll
    Bills $

c. General Correspondence

d. Claims

e. Award of Bids

f. Acceptance of Public Improvements and Establishing Lien Period

g. Approval of Agreements

(1) Resolution R-4979, Approving Continued Participation in the State Purchasing Cooperative with the Washington State Department of Enterprise Services and Authorizing the City Manager to Execute a Master Contract Usage Agreement on Behalf of the City of Kirkland.

h. Other Items of Business

(1) 98th Avenue Bridge Project - Receive Grant Funding

(2) Appointing Kirkland Representative to King County Landmarks and Heritage Commission

(3) Resolution R-4980, Relinquishing Any Interest the City May Have, Except for a Utility Easement, in an Unopened Right-of-Way as Described Herein and Requested by Property Owners Robert and Cynthia Hendsch.

(4) Resolution R-4981, Relinquishing Any Interest the City May Have, Except for a Utility Easement, in an Unopened Right-of-Way as Described Herein and Requested by Property Owner Merit Homes, Inc

(5) Report on Procurement Activities

(6) Surplus and Disposal of Equipment Rental

9. PUBLIC HEARINGS

a. Resolution R-4982, Stating the City Council's Support for King County Proposition No. 1, Parks Levy, for Funding Parks, Trails, Recreational Facilities and Open Space.

(1) King County Proposition No. 1 Parks Levy
The King County Council has passed Ordinance No. 17568 concerning funding for parks, trails, recreational facilities and open space.  This proposition would replace two expiring levies and fund maintenance and operations of the King County parks system; trails and open space for recreation, habitat and water quality; city parks; and zoo programs, all subject to citizen oversight.  This proposition authorizes an additional property tax of $0.1877 per $1,000 of assessed value for collection in 2014 and authorizes increases by the annual percentage change in the CPI or the limitation in 84.55 RCW, whichever is greater, for five suceeding years.  Should this proposition be:
APPROVED? ___
REJECTED?  ___

10. UNFINISHED BUSINESS

a. City Contribution to 4th of July Fireworks Display

b. Sound Transit 3 Resolution Discussion 

11. NEW BUSINESS

a. Ordinance O-4411, Relating to Transportation and Park Impact Fees and Amending the Kirkland Municipal Code to Allow for the Modification of the Timing of the Payment on Impact Fees for Mixed Use Buildings or Developments in a Development Agreement Approved by the City Council

b. Association of Washington Cities Annual Meeting Delegates

12. REPORTS

a. City Council

(1) Finance and Administration Committee

(2) Public Safety Committee

(3) Community Planning, Housing and Economic Development Committee

(4) Public Works, Parks and Human Services Committee

(5) Regional Issues

b. City Manager

(1) City Council June 17, 2013 Final Retreat Agenda

(2) Calendar Update 

13. ITEMS FROM THE AUDIENCE

14. ADJOURNMENT

City Council
123 5th Avenue, Kirkland WA 98033

General Inquiries
T. 425.587.3001 | F. 425.587.3019
citycouncil@kirklandwa.gov